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16×20 Tiny Cabin on 10.3 Acres in Jamaica, VT (For Sale!) $79,400

This is a 16’x20′ Tiny Cabin built by Jamaica Cottage Shop on 10.3 acres in Jamaica, Vermont that’s for sale ($79,400).

This little cabin is ready to finish your way and already strategically placed near a power pole on the property. Learn more and enjoy the tour below. Thanks!

Photos via Jamaica Cottage Shop, Inc./YouTube

Photos via Jamaica Cottage Shop, Inc./YouTube

Video Tour of Property and Cabin


  • 16’x20′ exterior
  • 12’x20′ interior
  • 4′ porch
  • 8’x12′ loft
  • Built by Jamaica Cottage Shop
  • Sits on cement block piers
  • Built with Hemlock and Eastern White Pine
  • Outhouse with built in tank underneath
  • Vapor barrier installed (ready to insulate)
  • Built in 2015
  • Cabin is strategically placed near power pole
  • Prepared for year-round comfort
  • Cabin is a three-season shell with insulated windows
  • Shell is ready to insulate and finish with your own touch
  • Thick layer of gravel as a driveway so you can drive directly to the cabin
  • Seasonal stream on the property near the cabin
  • 1406 Cole Pond Rd, Jamaica, VT 05343
  • Priced at $79,400 (financing is possible)


I am the founder and senior designer here at Jamaica Cottage Shop, Inc. As I roll into my third decade of building I continue to expand opportunities for others. On this occasion, I have ten acres I would like to pass along to a lucky and deserving sole. The land is sloping to the south east and blanketed by a beautiful mature forest with trees soring into the sky. Just adjacent to the cabin is a shady hemlock grove with a solid canopy creating a magical and mystical out door space.2

Read and learn more here. It’s also listed on Zillow here with better pictures.


  1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BcBnfNwh1JI
  2. http://jamaicacottageshop.com/magical-mountain-hideaway-listed-now/
  3. http://jamaicacottageshop.com
  4. https://www.zillow.com/homes/for_sale/2098432027_zpid/43.203612,-72.735243,43.092898,-72.86725_rect/12_zm/1_fr/

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  • Avatar Vivian Smith December 27, 2017, 4:44 pm

    I usually try to keep negative comments out…but, wow. The area must be seriously upscale. Granted, the surrounding area is gorgeous. But 80K? For an outhouse, the privilege of installing insulation and interior walls, buying all appliances…and it looks like we’d have to pay to bring electricity in.

    • Avatar Rick C December 27, 2017, 6:09 pm

      It looks like the price includes the 10 acres.

  • Avatar Adina Hirschmann December 27, 2017, 6:34 pm

    All that money and no real bathroom inside? I wouldn’t want to have to go outside every time in a deep freeze. In the 21st Century, there’s a necessity we all have these days—INDOOR PLUMBING!

    • Avatar Eric May 5, 2018, 7:39 am

      Indoor plumbing is NOT a necessity. 21st century or not, just shows you obviously lack intestinal fortitude methinks.

      Look at the benefits. No horrible stink inside the house when you do a number 2. Exercise walking to the aforementioned outhouse… or run as the case may be in the middle of winter.

      • Avatar Alex May 8, 2018, 9:56 am

        😂 There are always pros and cons to everything! Thanks Eric! 😆

  • Avatar Sara December 29, 2017, 7:33 am

    I have personally been to this property to check it out, about a year ago now. I have to agree with the previous comment – this property has been on the market for quite a long time now, and I’m sure that has to do with the price. Yes, it’s on 10 acres, but most of that acreage is a large hill. The property is not well suited for any sort of gardening, which is a deal-breaker for us. Another thing to note is that this property would need to be purchased with cash (no financing available), and in order to live here full time, a septic with indoor flush toilet would need to be installed (that is a requirement of Vermont state law).
    All that said, I think this would be a nice weekend cabin for someone who has extra cash to burn on a vacation-only property close to several Vermont ski areas.

  • Avatar Mr. Lonnie April 4, 2018, 7:35 pm

    i hear duelling banjos …

    • Avatar Eric May 5, 2018, 7:42 am

      da da da dum dum… yeah, so do I.

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